Saturday, December 26, 2009

Shock on Christmas Day

Some were shocked that the threat of terrorism man-made disaster still exists, and that they would choose a religious holiday to attack.

The rest of us were shocked to learn people still want to fly to Detroit.

Shoe/ankle bombers are 0 for 2 now. Is there anyone in our national security agencies that think our luck may be running out? Or, are they too busy tracking all those right-wing extremists?

Stewart Baker from blog Skating on Stilts - his first of ten points:

1. According to early reports, the suspect is 23-year-old Abdul Farouk Abdulmutallab, and his name "appears to be included in the government's records of terrorist suspects, according to a preliminary review." The first question, then, is how he managed to get a visa to come to the United States.

Jules Crittenden:

If Al Qaeda is an idea in the hearts of jihadis everywhere, and he thinks he’s a part of it, why not grant him the full rights and privileges? Off to Guantanamo, give him a dunking, some AC/DC and Barney, you know, a little of the old “I love you, you love me,” and a military tribunal … oh yeah, never mind. Bungled attack by a wannabe in the post-post-9/11 era? Sounds like a suspended sentence, a couple years of probation, community service and maybe some counseling.

Comments from President Obama:

Not available. On vacation in Hawaii.

Check out Steven Crowder's recent visit to Detroit:



U/T: DougM at SondraK

UPDATE 1.10:

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